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RL Nf Bfl Ai'KE ranch seventy miles from
ill HE ,s''1" '"'lk' ' lir'' water rich1 and nn-
UI Da pn f ni" n i , . irne f r le nix I r
gLJ r with plari For terms and i.iri irulars,
ftjfll I write J. L. Holladav. Box 1122. Salt I
wH ''
I "' n'H M frame, modem cxopi heat
SgW I Close in on paved street, lot 50x132.
Mjj Will sell nn small rasl tn r.xni. b.il
5 K ancem onthly. Only $2700.
F 4 ROOM brick bouse, summer kitchen.
I barn, 1 3-10 acres and ali in bearing;
fruit and garden, water right. 1 i'.rd
j cash, balance to suit. $3150.
I 4 ROOM brick, close in. lot 50x138.
It Will , n m i m b. J2n monthly on'
balance. $1800.
' .1 A M'i iilloch. under Fir.-i National,
p. bank, Phone 301 '
:etiv m i RES xood land, house, poultry
BB bouses, bam. water right, apple and I
, prune orchard, other fruits, 4 acr
j alfalfa, ideal fruit, garden and chicken!
c ranch, close to Ogdcn on good road, j
If T e c'ose to electric line. Price $5500. i
ti j.;r-v terms. K. c Age phone S83
08 9 5023
' A 3 ACRE fruit farm for sale. 570 E.J
7th St., City, 2 blocks from street i n
line. 5030 j
PROPERTY for sale, at 2137-21::.: I n
hjp I ion Ave. Inq 652 21st St 5028
5 ROOM .house with sleeping porch,
modern. Inquire 457 26th St. 49S6
. kiiom modern bunglaow with sleep
!( inc porch, all built-in features, lot 50
(120 call evenings, 1635 Orant 199m
A 0-ROOM house in good condition on
HBf" 23rd street, between Lincoln and Grant
avenues, lot 59 by 165 feet. This is
semi business property, is a good rev
enue producer and will bring you a
good revenue on your money while it
becomes business property. J. J.
HrummilL Phone 59. 460s
A GOOD 5-room modern home, locat
ed within two blocks of the postoffice
I " building on Grant aveuue. for only
$26U0 dollars. Seven hundred ($700)
dollars down, the balance on terms, a
splendid opportunity to got a home for
very much less th.-n the building would
tt cost, with a valuable lot thrown in as
a bunuc. J. J Brummitt, 2417 Hud-
,, son A vo. 4608
A PERFECT dream of a bungalow on
a paved street, in the most exclusive
residence part of the city on the bench.
This is the kind of a home that the
modern housewife has demanded; ev
erything complete and in good shape;
nil special taxi s paid, his for the
next 10 ciays can be bought for about
one-half of what other homes not so
f lavorahly located are being soid for.
J. J. Brummitt. Phone 59. 4608
2422 Hudson Ave,, Ogden, L lah.
Phone 236.
11G0-ACKE tauch ic Og
dn Valley, 200 acres in
peas, hay and grain, 100
acres more can be culti
vated and irrigated; bal
ance first clats grazing
land good in all seasons.
Tturo axe 4 hoastt-, burns
and out bindings, all
kinds of machinery, irom
small Implements to
threshing machine; also
25 horses, 11 cows. 11
calves, 10 pigo, thickens.
Lan take Doss-&sion at
once. We can sell on lib
eral terms. A good buy at
A GOOD 8 room house, well located
within two blocks of the Union de,)ot,
large iot and good revenue producer.
Only $200U dollars Great snap as an
jtf investment, J. J. Urummitt, 2117, Hud
son Ave. 460S
FIVE-ROOM house. Price $3,000. i4)
23rd SL 4149
FOR SALE My cement brick bouse, I
eeven rooms, corner 25th sueet and!
Harrison, b N. liletcher, 1203 25th.
1-ACRE lot, also 5 room home. 3G77
Adams. Terms. Esther E. Smith. 4G4r 1
FROM owner. Lot large enough for two j
houses, 66x141) 't. on Ugden and 8th Si.
L $550. 3Vt: acres on 7th and Adama,
J,500. Phone 1619-.N R. Call 761
Wnh Ave. "43
THE most elegant lot on 25th street, !
105 feet front and 139 feet deep to I
an alley. This lot has all .special taxes'
paid, is In the most exclusive residence
district, has all kinds of shade, fruit1
and ornamental trees and a great va
riety of small fruiL These trees and
fruits were selected by a nursery man
and are all choice varieties This is j
the most elegant lot on 25th street.
Will be sold cheap, any kind of terms :
given, low rate of interest. Here is '
your opportunity to own the most ele
gant iesident lot In the city. J J
Brummitt, 2417 Hudson Ave. 4608
THESE were built before labor and
material doubted in value.
4 ROOM brick, pantry, clo-el, city !
water, electric lights R. R. district,
bargain at $1250. Easy terms.
5 ROOM modern frame, lot 50x135 to
alley, all special taxes paid In full,
choice location, southwest, easy pay
ments. $2500.
4 ROOM modern brick bungalow, base
ment and large lot. choice location on'
bench, close to car line
417 Ecclco Bldg. Phone 1969. 4547
L I i
DO you need a small amount of money
lor 3o. 60 or BO days?
ASK Eli Dtx, H)2 Hudson Bldg. lie
MTU leud tu you it ou are working or
have luiniture, piano or bonds, for so
curity. 5073
RALPH P. HUNTER, Established
1&S9. Mortgage Loans. Real Latatu
Insurance, Utah, Idaho lands, larnia
and city properly. Persons desiring to
loan money on good first mortgage
ecurity will do well to consul; m.
Good aop ications always oa hand.
421 24ih St., Ogden, Utah. 3310
MONEY to loan on improved real
tate tally & Hernck. 773
IfONEjf to loon oq real catr.to Recur
UJ. J. J, Jrummia m-2l-U
CASH, 5 room brick, modern. Phone
M46-W. 5059
Ki')M brlrk house. $3500. on large
lot. barn, garage and largp brick eel-1
lar. Apply 1728 Wash. Phone 1470 !
6 OR 7 room brick. Phone 28S9-R.
4675 1
GOD modern homes, easy terms. 302
35th. 4663 !
520-A4 RE dry tarm In southern Iduo
for sale, or tradj for small acreage
near Ojrden, or would accept - '
modern home in city; 275 acres unleri
cultivation, good buildings, all ma
Chinery necessary for the place This
is one of the best of dry' farms. Foi
particulars write Box 129 Logan, U'ah. i
fi ROOM house by owner 462 21st St.
Phone L' V 0 4 -R. 4971
" Rim).M me.lern with sleeping porch.
Call 160-W. Patterson . 5045
MODERN six room brick, near 21st1
and Quincy Ave Half acre lot with
fruit tree,, parage, chicken runs and
stable Al! special taxes paid $3500 j
Only $800 cash and $20 per month O ,
A. Kennedy. Utah Natl Bldg. 5037
Male Help
i--.. I,-,.,. . 1
BOYS to pick beans, 19th and Wash
ington. Phone 2174 J 5085
janitor wanted a R Mclntyrel
Drue 5U92
GOOD positions lor men with automo
; biles. Address A. C. H . care Standard
EXPERIENCED marker and sorter
and linen clerks. N. P. Laundry. 4563
I BEFORE selling Uberty bonds get
prices from J. A. Hogle & Co. 2451
To Buy
WANTED to buy 6000 sbare-. of Fargo
'oil Stock State price. Address P. O.
BOS 31. 49bO
j 5 OR 6 room modern home on easy
! terms. Phone 236. 4972
I SECOND hothouse and frames. 22J
j 9th St. 4793
WANTED to buy a 7 or 8 room house,'
I frame or brick, six or seven blocks
'from center of town. Writo box 266,
j Ogdcn. 4358
' 1 BUY Liberty bonds. J. J. Brummitt. 1
' 2417 Hudson Ave. 2638
I . 1 I
I ACCRUED int. plus market price for !
1 Uberty pond paid by J. A. Hoglo & Co i
WANTED Ottle. ono tad or one
carload. Cab us and our buyer wJl
como out and price- your elovk. Wei- j
tern Liv Stock Com. Co., J. A. L
Mgr. Phone day 730. night 291&.
Farms j j
U I,- - mumJ
8 1-2 ACRE chicken farm, all equipped,
six room house, big barn. 2 large chick
f houses, ( heap. 1050 7th St. 4584 1
DRESSMAKING. 256 26th St 412 j
DRESSMAKING, rear 2330 Adams'
j Phone 1551 -W 5017
! ... . 1
A GAS range, good as new. Also wash - 1
mil' machine. 574 Cross St. Phone
2893-M. 6tuuj
OVERLAND 7 pass. Sell cheap or trade
for farm tractor. Phone 1979 5015
LIBERTY Londs height. J. J. Brum
mitt. Phone 69. 2539
CLEAN RAGS wanted at the- Stan
dard office.
OHIO vacuum cleaner for rent $1.00
per dav. Phone 2097. 5091,
BLACK handbag containing $20 bill.:
two $10 bills, and some change, bet. 1
its return to this office; 5086
2 1-2 yds dark blue foulard, Wright
slip for $4 7". Phone 50 J-i Reward.
A NEW" Ford tire, Saturday afternoon.
Call 3123-M. Reward 5054
SIONET ring engraved DeN'it. alued
as keepsake. Reward. Return to Dewit
Bros. Co. 5019
LOST Brown panama hat between
hospital and t heesman garage Return
221 Eccles Bldg. 5026
BI.1ACK leather pocket book on So.
Fork road. Return to Star Restaurant.
171 25th St Reward. 497b
SMALL bla k pin, .eal coin puree, be
tween Lewis Jewelry Co and 521 Ec-
cles Bldg , containing small change,
gent's sardonyx ring and other things.
1 Return to Lewis Jewelry Reward
PARTY ho took the black leather
bag from the Utah theatre Sunday
night is known and unless returned
Immediately, prosecution will follow
Return to I'uth theatre 4S06
GOLD-RIMMED glasses, June 14 P.t
turn 2832 Nye. Reward. .40
LADY'8 striped Silk ha 2. containing
I money. Finder led at Utah National
'bank. 509U
. n1ri m . . , - . . I
Female Help
RELIABLE woman or girl as house -keeper
Two in famil;. . No washing.
Phone 72."
EXPERIENCED Ctrl for steady work.
Green well Confectionery 5097
YOUNG woman, married preferred,
taking tickets and selling, must be
experienced in money changing. Call
in person Utah Theatre
EXPERT chocolate dipper wanted, $3
per day. steady position Wistaria.
WANTED ( apable stenographer at
Ogden Pack A Prov. Co. 5038
GIRLS wanted to sew on overall? We
pay while you learn Only those who
want steady Jobs need appi? Scowcroft
Manufacturing. 5014
EXPERIENCED girls oer 16 years to
work on apricots. Apply Ooddard Pkg.
Co . 20ih and Lincoln. 5009
EXPERIENCED woman or girl for
general housework Call In the morn
ings, 2540 Eccles Ave. Phone 1175.
WOMAN to aid in kitchen. Apply Utah
Hot Springs Sanitarium 4963
GIRL for housework; no cooking .on1
washing Apply 2404 Madison. 4889 !
CHOCOLATE dipper; permanent posi-J
tion; good wages. Wistaria. 4833
EXPERIENCED and inexperienced
help, $9 to $18 per week, eight hour
-j Aav 1'nlnn Paeifie rnilrrmrl lnnndn" !
Concrete Ornamental
j Works
CEMETERY concrete coping. Wbebl
wrlgbt, 20th and Douglas. Phone
2628W. 4284
" mnnjuuimr.i l'-ix-j-.-jui WMWWWWM
STRICTLY modern 7 room house, 8S7
23rd Street 5087
5 ROOM modern bungalow south on
Adam- Are $27.50 per month. Room
813 Eccles Bldg. 5089
STRICTLY modern five room cottage
fully furnished. On cool part of bench
and close in. Large sleeping porch.
Tenant must have references. Avail
able August 1st to Oct. 1st, at $50
month Phone 2396-J. 5096
ONE furnished sleeping room close in
on bench, five minutes walk from bus
iness center Oentleroan preferred. Call
981 -J. 5076
FOR RENT Furnished room with
bath, suitable for couple or gentleman.
Call 7 to 8 p. m. No. 7 Peery apts.
LARGE cool sleeping room for gentle
man, 1-2 block from 25th on Lincoln
Phone 1520-J, or 1730. 5063
8 ROOM modern house, partly fur
nished. 2946 Grant Avenue. 5062
FRONT room, well ventilated, cool,
close in. reasonable, 650 24th St., up
stairs 5068
LARGE modern housekeeping room
336 21st street. 5069
3 ROOM furnished apartment. 2538
Quinc. 50361
. . I
4 ROOM house, bath and pantry. 2338
Madison. 5047
LARGE cool sleeping rooms, 600 24th
St. Phone 610. 5051
MODERN room for rent, gentleman
only 441 Herrlck Ave. 5011
ACCRUED int. pli a mcrkei price for
liberty bond paid by J. A. Hogle & Co. j
COMPLETELY furnished for light
housekeeping. Elevator, amusement j
hall, phone, ligh', heat and gas. Maid
service if desired. Rates $20 to $37.50
... j IMtaWMWMM
To Rent
2 UNFURNISHED rooms for light
housekeeping by lady with one child.
Address Box 266. u72
YOUNG man wants furnished room
from Aug. 1st in responsible private
family, must be very close in. Please'
write Box K care Standard ;"ur,r,
ABOUT August 15th, modern furnish !
ed double (two bedroom) apartxuent,
or housekeeping rooms. Address Box'
H. C. M . care Standard. 5005,
2 OR 4 room Furnished house. Phone
2002 -R. 5012
YOUNG man wants room in private
lamily on bench Box B. F care Stan
dard 4969
BY YOUNG couple, small furnished t r
; unfurnished nous ; must be clean; no
children. E J. C., care Standard
I WE take your old range as first pay
! monl on any new range or will buy
I your old range outright. Home Fur
nltuxe Co. 4672
Situation j
I A 1 OL.NO ujitriH-u maa waste v.ork
from 6 to 12 evenings. Phone 1166.
PERMANENT by young man, age 21.
Experienced in general office work.
Clerical work preferred Call Box 'o
J. P., Standard. 5020
BOOKKEEPER wants set of books to
keep evenings G. D. W.. Standard.
; 5088
RecV The Classified Ada
P.ead the Classified Ada.
SECOND-HAND grain and potato
sack." Phone 210. Ogden Junk Houae.
0f :.
QCART fruit Jar, sanitary couch, re-
trigerator. Call at 2633 Jefferson Are.
.ifter 7 p. m. ;.ofn
1, nu milk cow. :,,1S2 Jackson 5095
QI'ART fruit Jars for sale, 50c a doz
en. Phone 2433-M. 6001
STEGER piano, good condition. Call
at 342 Bernard Ave, after 5 p m. or
call at 2126 Washington Ave. 5075
ONE Stewart range, almost new In
quire 2812 Grant. 5071
A PIANO for sale cheap Phone 2238
50 7 S
JEWEL gas range and ga5 heater for
sale. 2818 Plngree. 5064
HOUSEHOLD furnitun: for sale. Call
at 2633 Jefferson, after 7 p. m 5065 j
FURNITURE for sale. 599 12th St.
New Round Oak range, new cabinet,
etc. 5066
CHICKENS for sale ('all 1981 Park
Ave. or telephone 2157-M. 5057
LOT 50x143, 5 room house, pantrys.
light and water, well lurnished. Goes
for $1150. Some term? if sold this
week 2753 Park Ave 5034
NEW range cheap at 252 22nd St.
COLUMBIA gTaphophone and records.
'a brass bed. mattress, springs, kitch
I en range, and other household goods.
2336 Madison Ave. 5050
PET donkey, gentle, just the thine for
children. $15. 827 26th St. Call 2037W.
NEW kaki coat and divided skirt,
cost $10 for $6. Rear 2330 Adams
2 GOOD Holstein milk cows. Call at
7th and Lincoln. 5024
CHOICE jersey bull for sale, coming
1 2 years old. Phone 42-R-4. 5023
I YOUNG jersey cow, 2527 Iowa. Phone
2997-W. 4982
I o GOOD work horses. Studebaker
idump wagon. 2751 Williams. Phone
11473-M. 4974
HOUSEHOLD furniture for cale. 97;i
1 34th St. 4944
I DURHAM cow, fresh, 3rd cair. 558
J 12th St. Phone 3294-R. 4805
GOOD Jersey '.ows cheap. 1423 2.th.
5 GOOD Jersey cows cheap. 302 5th
Street. 4664
GOOD horse, at 281 W. 33rd St. 4647
SPECIAL bargain, 9. h p. Hercules sta
tionary gas engine, cheap if taken at
once. R. T. Mitchell Co., 2439 Hudson.
Fhone 33i. 4o4u
GOOD tarm wagon, hand plow, grind
stone, a bargain. Call at 446 17th St.
: HIGHEST prices paia tor beeoad-hana
toods di Stowe's New and SecCiia-hand
store. 1800 Washington. Phone 686-J.
' FOR SALE t-ncre power ii. & V.
I gasoline '.mgirie, used 60 days; $140.
i Coulter-Adanui beed Co. 451
HIGH grade line of paints and bruihea
lor bale at cost. lSQo Washington Ave.
i-'hone 686-J. 2621
SECOND-HAND goods bought, sold
and exchange, 1800 Washington, Ave.
Phone 086-J. 262i
J. A. LiUGLJB & Co. pay highest pricea
in Ogden l'or Liberty honds. 245U
UNCALLED for suits, tailor made, bi
reduciiun. Gordon's, 211-26 26th Su
Phone 419. 2167
THREE good milk cows. Phono 730
6 SACKS wood for $1.00. Phone 82S.
Wheelwright Wood Vajd. 1417
GROCERIES in retail quantities at
wnolesale prices. Ogden s Groceries,
181 24th St. 6S41
THRB3 gooa mi! en cows. Phone 730.
WE furnish and install high grade
electric or hand elevators, any capac
ity. Write Wm. Watroua, 249 Edlbon
SL, Salt Lake Civ. We buy -.nd hand
ono. 2366
Notice of special meeting of stock
holders of the Mount Hood Railroad
A special meeting of the stockhold
ers or tii Mount Hood Railroad com-i
pnnv will be held at the office of this
compan in Room 621 Eccles building 1
Ogden, Utah, on Monday, the 4th day of!
August, 1919, ai 11 o'clock a m.. stan
dard time, for the following purposes,
! namely :
To authorize approve and ratify (1)
l the execution and delivery of a con
tract, or contracts between this com
pany and the United States or its rep
resentatives relating to the possession,
use and control of the railroad and its
appurtenances of this company, and to
the operation of such properties, and
I to any othr matter connected with or
! growing out of the relationship be
oween said company and the director
general of railroad1', or arising out of
I the federal control act; and (2) any
I act ion of the board of directors in re
spect thereto: to authorize the said
board of directors (a) to alter, amend,
1 or add to such contract, (b) and to
I take all such othor and further action
as the said, board of director shnll
deem necessary in the premises; and
generally to consider and act upon any
and all questions and matters inciden
tal to the purposes aforesaid or grow
ing out of federal contro1 of properties
of this company
For the purposes of 'he meeting, the
books for the transfer of stock will be
closed at 10 o'clock a. m. on the 30th
day Of July, 1919, and will be reopened
.V 10 o'clock a. m. on the 6th dav of
August, 1919
By order Ol the ruuini of directors.
L. R ECCLES, President.
1st Publication July no,
la.-l publication, August 1th,
m w-0-m 1 1 iwejeja
CUT-down Ford. 1st class condition.
Phone 1864-W 5021
PORD, Bnlok, al;land and Iodge pas-;
senger cars Burrows Auto Co., 432
ISth BL 5016;
FORD roadster. $275. Call 2270 Mof
fat. 5013
Bt'ICK liRht 6 roadster for sale Bar
gain. Owner leaving town. Phone 23
1918 FORD, wire wheels, extra equip- j
ment Star Restaurant, 174 25th. 4977
BARGAIN. Mitchell b 209 30th St.
FOR bargain in a used Ford call at
2638 Adams after 6 p. m. 19j5
LIBERTY motor mechanic. 2 1 2 years
1st class mechanic U. S. aviation ser
vice expert. Cadillac, Packard, other
fine cars. 2206 Washington Ave.,
Franklin agency 4964
DODGE roadster, runs and looks like!
inew. Price $800. Box 600. Standard !
4962 1
FORD coupelet, fully equipped. Phon
2446. 4872,
CAR. lor sale, excellent running condi
tion. Inq. 2213 Lincoln. 4685
MODERN 6 cylinder 7 passenger Jeff
ray. In good condition. See Ray Shurt- '
liff, 2150 Washington Ave. 2965
LIGHT Buick truck cheap. Ray BhUlt
mi, 2150 Washington. 2935
Ford work, seU cars on commission,
also are agents for the Dayton Univer
sal Ford starter. Ford Uaxage, Twenty-fourth
and Grant A enue. Phono
262 -W. 2726
5 PASSENGER Re0 car, good condi
tion, $200 cash E. S. Hall, Wright's
Clothing Store. 4967
AUTO for sale. Call 74. 262
30 CHALMERS. Inquire Mi, Harpsver
k . "bman Auto Co. 77it
ONL S passenger automobile. Inqulrt
Chec-wui'i Auto Shop, foreman. 713
1 Notice is hereby given that the as
'ses?ment of taxes levied by the Board
j of Commissioners of Ogden City, Utah,
b.v ordinance adopted and passed on
the 14th day of July. 1919. upon the
j property abutting on the west side of
! Washington avenue between Ogden
I River and Twelfth street for the pur
1 pose of paying for paving the roadway
I of said street with bltulithic pavement
consisting of two inches bltulithic
wearing surface on a six inch cement
concrete base, and also for grading,
I constructing curbs, gutters, sidewalks,
drainage and irrigation systems to
carry water along and across streets
and intersections and for extending
private water service connections from
j the main to the back of the curb line,
together with all other things neces
sary to do and to fully complete all of
the work on the west side of Wash
ington avenue between Ogden river
and Twelfth street in Paving District
No. 128, has been completed and the
h-i- of the propert v and the taxes lev
ied, made
The board of commissioner.-, as a!
board of equalization and review, will!
.meet at me onice 01 tne mayor in tnei
icity hall on July 17, 18. 19, 21 and 22,
'1919, all dates inclusive, between the
! hours of ten a m. and twelve o'clock'
noon, and on said day. will hear and I
i consider any objections and maVe cor
I rections of any tax which said board:
may deem unequal or unjust.
That during said days between the'
hours of nine a. m. and five p. m. said
1 Lists and plats shall be opened to pub
I lie inspection at the mayor's office in!
the city hall.
By order of the board of commis
' sioners.
Dated this, the 16th day of Julv,
"it Recorder.
Published July 16th. 1919
Published in Ogden Standard.
Paving District No 128.
Washington. Officials of the Inter-,
j national Brotherhood of Electrical
Workers called off the nation wide
strike of these workers when Post
1 master General Burleson ordered that!
nil 1 1'b'phoin" companies thai negoti-'
atcd with organized labor before gov
ernment conlrol of wire -, should "here
i after do so." The electrical workers
j will now open negotiations with the1
various telephone companies instt sad
lof forwarding their complaints to the
postmaster gem-ial and his wire con
trol board. The latter policy was so
; barren of results that the electrical
I workers voted to strike
I The Burleson order re-establishes
the old conditions, and does not affect l
the telegraph companies, which eni
! ploy few electrical workers Otfii
V III' I Hit I III lf n 1 OTK
probably fifteen electrical workers
arp employed by TTHst.-rn Union and ;
ten by the Postal, while that number:
is employed in one single telephone
station. When a heavy telecrapb wire
is strunc. it stays there, but in ihe
case of the small telephone wires con
stnnt attention Is necessary, while
changes in lines require a large num
her of workers
frt. .
Washington. The information and I
education service of the department
lof labor says that a sufficient number
lof replies have been received to the
circular recently sent out to indicate
a 'T large sentiment that there
will not be any immediate reduction
I In prices and that the decline will
be very gradual It is stated that
1 this opinion is current among busi
ness men of all classes and in all parts '
of the country.
Madison. Wis The state assembly'
I has defeated a bill empowering the
Wisconsin industrial commission to set
waes for men. Wages for women are
set by the commission.
Haxelton, Pa. The entire anthra j
Cite eoal region of this state, compris
ing 450 square miles and located hi I
nine ciuhtles, was bought by the pro
Iprietary government oi Pennsylvania I
from the Indians 01 the six nations
What thoughts must go through the mind of Frederick Wllhelm
Hohenzollern in this, his latest picture, as he stands gazing over the
garden gate of his W leringen retreat. Perhaps hi is waiting for tho 1
courier to bring him the word that peace Is signed and he may return .
to Germany. Perhaps he's wondering how soon theyMl come for him t
to stand trial lor his part in the great war.
for $2500. To date coal valued at 1
$S,00O,d0U,0n0 has been mined in this
part of the state, and It IB estimated
that there is considerably more In the ,
ground than has been taken out in the '
75 years that the mines have been op-
The above statement was made by
Prank Hall, deputy chief at the of
fices of the state department of mines.
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